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Delhi University admissions 2015: Eighth cut-list released

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Delhi UniversityDelhi University released the eighth cut-off list for admissions to undergraduate courses for the academic session of 2015, today. The list for all three streams, Science, Commerce and Arts have been published online, the candidates can check the same at the official site of the university, www.du.ac.in.

The students can view the cut-off for their particular course and college by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Got to the official website,
  • Click on the link, ‘Undergraduate Admissions 2015 Cut offs: Click Here to View Eighth Cut Off (2015)’
  • The candidates should click for their respective stream, ‘Science cut off’, ‘Arts and Commerce cut off’ or ‘B.A. (Hons.) French, German, Italian, Spanish’

The cut off list will be displayed on the screen.

With the seventh cut-off list most of the seats for all popular courses have been filled up, however, most of the admissions have been closed for the General category, while few are still available in the SC, ST, OBC and PwD categories. The candidates must complete their admission and payment of fees procedure from July 30 to August 31.

This year, Delhi University has received over four lakh registrations. In total, 3,20,799 applications have been submitted out of which 2,32,049 are online applications and  88,750 are offline applications.

The application procedure for admission to the undergraduate programmes will be concluded on August 14.

The academic session began on July 20, the university has introduced the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) marking scheme this year onwards.











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